PRH unveils centralised rights restructure

PRH unveils centralised rights restructure

Penguin Random House UK has moved to a centralised rights team for the adult trade business, “in order to drive international rights growth across its portfolio and ensure that it maximises opportunities for authors”, boosting the team by two and announcing a number of senior promotions.

The changes to the team’s structure follow a consultation process revealed last month, alongside the appointment of Chantal Noel as group rights director and the departure of Transworld’s rights director Helen Edwards, who leaves later this month. Alex Elam, head of rights at Penguin, will also leave after...

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